The 2mm Layout Register
We maintain a register of 2mm scale layouts. It has several purposes; we'd like to know what layouts are around, and we frequently get requests for "a 2mm layout" for exhibitions and would like to be able to answer the questions more fully.
The Register holds contact information, dimensions, transport requirements,
etc. for layouts whose owners are willing to exhibit them. Full details
can be made available to exhibition organisers. The Register is run by
the events officer, John Aldrick, who can be contacted at
Other layouts may be available for exhibition directly via their owners.
If you have a layout, and particularly if you are willing to exhibit it, please get in touch. We can add you to the register. We'll only publish information with your permission, and home addresses and contact details will not be going onto the public website.
If you're an exhibition manager, and are seeking a layout for a show, you can browse those on the public part of the register, and if you need more details, can contact the Layout Register Manager for further information. That contact will lead through to direct discussion with layout owner over the details of attending your show.
Layouts from the 2mm Layout Register
The following are available for exhibition
- Annedale Town. Pennines towards the end of steam.
- Banff-Knock. In the far north of Scotland. Extended during 2014 to Knock.
- Copenhagen Fields. LNER approaches to Kings Cross. [Video]
- Fence Houses. Probably the largest 2mm Finescale Layout anywhere. NE region. [Video]
- Freshwater. Southern region small terminus
- Haverhill South. East Anglian branchline.
- Hall Quay. Great Yarmouth trams and dockside. [Video]
- Kingswear. GWR on the Devon coast in 1944. [Video]
- Kyle. Compact representation of the west coast Scottish terminus.
- Lambourn. An accurate portrail of the famous Berkshire branch terminus
- Llangerisech. Cambrian railway which can be run in three different periods
- Modbury. Baulk Road GWR layout of 19th Century.
- Percy Nook. North Eastern urban terminus. [Video]
- Splitveld Fabriek. Netherlands practise in FiNe (1:160 scale).
- St Ruth. Cornish coastal terminus in the 1960s. [Video]
- Tucking Mill. On the fictious North Somerset Light railway.
- Wadebridge. The North Cornwall Line.
- Wansbeck Road. BR NE region branch line. [Video]
- Wenford Bridge. [Video]
- Witney Euston. Winter in 1910 Midland territory
Information for exhibition organisers for the above layouts is available
from the register, see panel on this page.
Other Layouts on the Website:
The following are probably not available for exhibition, though there may be the odd exception.
- 70K Coley Park. Modern loco depot and freight terminal
- Brafferton. A Yorkshire Secondary Line. [Video]
- Brunswick. Modern Image micro layout
- Clive Road Sidings A small shelf layout.
- Chapel Wharf
- Connerburn. Caledonian Railway, pre grouping
- Inverneuk. Micro sized Scottish terminus.
- Inversnecky and Drambuie A Classic layout of the 1950s, part of which is housed in the National Railway Museum at York
- Ley Hill Another shelf layout, slightly larger than Clive Road, ideal inspiration for that first project.
- Mayfield Street. Minimum space urban sidings
- Queen Street Goods
- The Broadway. Trams in a 1920's East Anglian town.
- Welton Down. Network SE in 1991, with a preserved branch line operating from rear of NSE mainline station. [Video]
- Worsdell Park Road